Finance Program Coordinator (HQ Baltimore, MD)

The HQ Finance Program Coordinator is primarily responsible for supporting the accounting of the Headquarters and field offices in addition to various task related to the support of programmatic activity.

Position Summary* and Purpose

The HQ Finance Program Coordinator is primarily responsible for supporting the accounting of the Headquarters and field offices in addition to various task related to the support of programmatic activity. This support follows the life cycle of the project from proposal to final financial report. This position is full-time.

Responsibilities and Essential Functions:

  • Financial Statements and Annual Audit: Preparation of internal financial statements; prepare audited financial statements and respond to audit requests
  • Programs Support/Donor Financial Reports: Create project codes for new programs; preparation of Donor financial reports including review of reports prepared by the field office; review program/project budgets for proposals; manage net asset meeting
  • Cash Requests: Process cash requests to field office, draw down cash as needed or work with the field office to request from donor; transfer funds
  • Federal Requirements: Form 990 preparation, completion of organizer, review of draft return; NICRA annual preparation and submission; preparation and filing of Federal Financial reports and completion of all required filings
  • Internal Field Reviews: review documentation, prepare field report, travel to field office, as required
  • Documentation: Regarding accounting policies, develop new policies to address changes and update current policies as needed; ensure there is training available and coordinated related to new policies; review of country work papers
  • Journal entries: Prepare entries for the monthly and annual close; review journal entries of Senior Accountant and Field Finance Manager

Minimally Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Experience/Education:

  • Relationship Management: Proven skills in leveraging effective working relationships and influencing key stakeholders in support of business goals
  • Professional Knowledge: Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), Federal Grant regulations
  • Software Applications and Computer Skills: Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, database, general ledger packages and internet applications, use of queries and excel functions
  • Communication: Advanced oral and written communication skills using different forms of media, ability to translate complex concepts to individuals at all levels.
  • Competencies: Meets established deadlines, strategic thinker, good organizational skills with excellent attention to details, results oriented, people oriented, analytical skills and problem solving skills
  • Self-Management and Teamwork: Ability to work independently or as a member of the team, ability to remain focused and consistently accurate, ability to manage stress effectively in a fast-paced environment, ability to quickly learn new systems, processes and procedures and ability to promote and maintain cohesion within the department
  • Confidentiality: Proven ability to maintain confidentiality on work-related issues
  • Experience: 5 years in related/relevant work experience, 2 years in public accounting
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting

Apply online or send inquiries and application materials to jobs@iocc.org.

IOCC is an equal opportunity employer.

*Full job description is available

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